NSCDC Anambra Command Recognises Seven Personnel For Exceptional Service

….as DCC Dennis Reuben emerges overall best performing officer for January 2024

The State Commandant of Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps, Anambra State Command, Olatunde Maku, has enjoined officers and men to make a direct positive impact on the vision of Dr. Ahmed Audi mni ,OFR, the Commandant General of NSCDC in repositioning the Corps as a key stakeholder in internal security of the nation with a unique mandate to protect critical assets and public infrastructure.

Comdt. Maku stated this in Awka on Tuesday, February 6, 2024 at the maiden command Wage award established by him to honor selected personnel of the command for their exceptional work, outstanding professionalism, diligence and upholding the ethics of law enforcement.

According to him, the establishment of the monthly award was spurned out of his initiative to boost personnel morale in furtherance of their public duty.

“As a way of motivating and encouraging officers and men, I have decided to establish this monthly wage award.

“This is a way to reward some of us, who have displayed exemplary performance while discharging their duties. The objective is to emphasize the importance of commitment to duty, ability to respond appropriately to emergencies and professional excellence,” he said.

The NSCDC helmsman urged personnel to give in their best, be selfless, sacrificial and humane in their conduct and dealings to guarantee a positive appraisal to earn the award.

He congratulated the awardees on scaling through the criteria used in selection describing their citations as a source of pride worthy of commendation and emulation especially by other officers.

The Seven personnel of the command selected for the month of January 2024 award included Deputy Commandant Dennis Reuben, HOD Investigation & Intelligence, Deputy Commandant Alada Yakubu, HOD Operations Department, and Deputy Commandant Prominence Ukaobi, Head of Anti fraud Unit, for the senior category, while the junior category honorees are Inspector of Corps, Nwachukwu Michael, Corps Assistant II (CA II) Nwabueze Chinedu, CA III, Edwin Onyebuchi, and CA III Uzoegbunam Oluchukwu.

Responding on behalf of the beneficiaries, the overall best performing officer, Deputy Commandant Dennis Reuben lauded the State Commandant for establishing the award and promised never to relent in doing their best to the Corps and the nation at large.

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